LANGUAGE STRAND

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LITERATURE STRAND
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LITERACY STRAND
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Text Structure and Organisation
 Understand how authors often
innovate on text structures and play
with language features to achieve
particular aesthetic, humorous and
persuasive purposes and effects
(ACELA1518)

Expressing and Developing Ideas

 Investigate how vocabulary
choices, including evaluative
language can express shades of
meaning, feeling and opinion
(ACELA1525)
 Investigate how vocabulary
choices, including evaluative
Literature and Context

 Make connections between
students’ own experiences and
those of characters and events
represented in texts drawn from
different historical, social and
cultural contexts (ACELT1613)

Responding to Literature

 Analyse and evaluate similarities
and differences in texts on similar
topics, themes or plots
(ACELT1614)

Creating Literature
Interacting with Others

 Participate in and contribute to
discussions, clarifying and
interrogating ideas, developing and
supporting arguments, sharing and
evaluating information, experiences
and opinions (ACELY1709)
 Use interaction skills, varying
conventions of spoken interactions
such as voice volume, tone, pitch
and pace, according to group size,
formality of interaction and needs
and expertise of the audience
(ACELY1816)

Interpreting, analyzing, evaluating
 Select, navigate and read texts for
a range of purposes, applying
appropriate text processing
language can express shades of
meaning, feeling and opinion
(ACELA1525)






 Create literary texts that adapt or
combine aspects of texts students
have experienced in innovative
ways (ACELT1618)
 Experiment with text structures and
language features and their effects
in creating literary texts, for
example, using imagery, sentence
variation, metaphor and word
choice (ACELT1800)

strategies and interpreting
structural features, for example
table of contents, glossary,
chapters, headings and
subheadings (ACELY1712)
 Use comprehension strategies to
interpret and analyse information
and ideas, comparing content from
a variety of textual sources
including media and digital texts
(ACELY1713)

Creating Texts

 Plan, draft and publish imaginative,
informative and persuasive texts,
choosing and experimenting with
text structures, language features,
images and digital resources
appropriate to purpose and
audience (ACELY1714)
 Reread and edit students’ own and
others’ work using agreed criteria
and explaining editing choices
(ACELY1715)
 Use a range of software, including
word processing programs,
learning new functions as required
to create texts (ACELY1717)